Apocalypse Blues (2008)

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Three interconnected tales of terror set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse.


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27 December 2012 | Uriah43
5
| Plenty of Surprises
One of the main complaints about zombie movies is that they're all so similar. Most "zombie enthusiasts" would disagree and could easily point to a particular film to make their case. This is one such movie. Not only is this different but it adds some new ideas for the zombie genre as well. For example, this movie has 3 different scenarios all against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse in Los Angeles. Unlike a great number of zombie films, this one doesn't start at the beginning of the apocalypse or give the details of how it happened. Instead it focuses on some of the ways a few survivors have coped with it all. What is so interesting is that each of these survivors have their own story to tell and although they live in the same city, none of the stories are interrelated. I won't go into what secrets each of these people harbor but I will say that I thought it was a decent movie because it was so original. Now, I suppose it could have been better if the scenarios were somehow linked together but even so I thought this film had plenty of surprises to keep my attention.

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Release Date:

22 September 2008

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)

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